An increasing number of employers, including top conglomerates like Google and Deloitte, are placing less value on academic credentials. They prize talent more than anything, including aptitude, personality, acquired skills and industry knowledge.
This is supported by studies such as Corporate Recruiters Survey 2015. The report released by the Graduate Management Admission Council showed that 92% of recruiters surveyed would consider a candidate based on their proven ability to perform. When it comes to landing a job, it is no longer a question of whether candidates are qualified for a job, but rather what other competencies can they contribute.
Taylor’s University is taking action to future-proof graduates to be ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution by introducing the Taylor’s Curriculum Framework (TCF). The TCF is a flexible study framework that delivers a relevant and dynamic curriculum, increases opportunities for overseas and industry experiences, and provides a multi-dimensional education, created with the building blocks of academic excellence, life skills and emotional well-being.
The new curriculum framework for Taylor's degree programmes consists of a combination of:
To know more in detail about how TCF works, you can click on the "Learn More" button below. If you have additional questions about the Taylor's Curriculum Framework, click on our "Read our FAQ" button to explore our Frequently Asked Questions about the TCF.
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